The South African Mint recently launched a series of six new commemorative circulation coins as part of its ‘SA25 – Celebrating South Africa’ series.
Author: Amelia O'Connor
As music festivals becoming overcrowded popular affairs, boutique festivals are fast becoming a paradise for those who are more about the music than the hype.
The annual AFDA Experimental Festival promises to be an eye-popping and mind-boggling experience across AFDA’s four campuses. The students explore experimental concepts and present their outcomes from their own course which ultimately embodies the scope of the future of the creative economy.
Reatile Moalusi Solo Exhibition ‘Molelo Wa Badimo’, currently running at the ABSA Gallery, challenges traditional ideas of beauty
Muzi recently collaborated with DEAD. on merchandise to compliment his latest EP ‘Stimela seGolide’
The 21st Encounters South African International Documentary Festival has announced the opening night film as well as a host of the most talked about non-fiction films from the past year.
Francesco Mbele recently began working on a photography series titled Muslims. The project revolves around interesting subjects of the Islam culture.
The Lab Johannesburg will be a weekly event taking place across the next few months. Brought to you by Budweiser and MixMag, you can see weekly mixes by some of SA’s top talent.
Ukuthwala, or child marriage is a normal way of life in the Eastern Cape. Zanele shares her series of images that document the lives of three young brides.
Locally founded Sneaker LAB has expanded to become a global brand.
Design from Africa and the Middle East finally gets the recognition it deserves with the expanded Nando’s Design category at the Loeries in 2019. This year’s category has been extended to recognise design from a much broader range of creative professionals.
Eco-conscious brand Sealand turned to Publicis Machine to communicate their sustainability ethos
Li Joshua, aka Xylon, seeks to explore the darker aspects of mainstream fashion. His evocative works are a reflection of his own inner tensions. He explains the world inside his head for us and how this translates into his ‘dark’ style of photography.
This year’s Standard Bank Young Artist for Theatre is Amy Jephta, who will be premiering her work ALL WHO PASS at the 2019 National Arts Festival. The play alternates between a family’s eviction in 1974 to the restitution in 2019, when a daughter returns to claim her inheritance.
Two of South Africa’s leading art institutions, Zeitz MOCAA and Norval Foundation, are set to host the largest William Kentridge exhibition in Africa.